Tad Daley will be live on stage in conversation with Gene
Roddenberry Jr. — son of the legendary creator of Star Trek – on November
Daley explains, “We’re NOT going to discuss whether warp
drives and phasers-on-stun and ‘beam me up Scotty’ are real world
possibilities. Our topic instead is how Star Trek, and many other
non-dystopian works of science fiction page and screen, have portrayed a
healthy and sustainable planet, the abolition of war, and the political
unification of humankind.”
The event happens Saturday, November 2, from 4-6 pm at the Anagnos Peace Center, 3916 Sepulveda Boulevard in Culver City, CA.
Audience for “Disasters and apocalyptic world
Panelists for “Disasters and apocalyptic world changes.” Left to right: Juliana Rew; face obscured, but perhaps Faith Hunter; Anna Gryaznova, LL.M. (National University of Science and Technology MISiS (Moscow, Russia)) , Dr Tad Daley (Citizens for Global Solutions)
Famous Ha’Penny Bridge over the River Liffey just a block or so from the WorldCon Dublin Convention Center.
Daley with Dr. Bradley Lyau, winner of the Sam Moskowitz Archive Award.
panelist and longtime LASFS member Tad Daley with his wife Kitty Felde, www.bookclubforkids.org,
standing over the River Liffey just a few blocks from Worldcon HQ at the Dublin
Thanks to Tad Daley for this fine series of photos of the Rotsler Award exhibit at Dublin 2019. The rest of them follow the jump.
The Rotsler Award is for long-time wonder-working with graphic art in amateur publications of the science fiction community. The current judges are Sue Mason, Mike Glyer, and John Hertz. It’s named for Bill Rotsler (1926-1997), a long-time wonder-worker. The annual award is ordinarily announced at Loscon.